Purpose: The emergence of “knowledge economies” brings along new lenses to organizational management and behaviour. One of the key concepts at the heart of this new wave is knowledge management (KM). The purpose of this paper is to scrutinize how KM is taught and discussed within the context of business schools around the UK.
Abstract: The need for more knowledge management courses is starting to be recognised and a few such courses are now being established. The MSc in Knowledge Management Systems at South Bank University, which commenced two years ago, is one such example. The course is based in the School of Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics.
Abstract: Knowledge management (KM) is influential as a concept and practice, referring to the capture, codification, and interpretation of knowledge. KM can be viewed as a form of library and information science (LIS) or a distinct professional area. Wider debates around the skills of newly qualified LIS workers, the LIS curriculum, and the current
Founded in 1999, the European Doctoral School on Knowledge and Management (EUDOKMA) 1) is an European Consortium of Universities to promote research programmes and doctoral training on Knowledge and Management. Coordinator of the EUDOKMA consortium is the Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy. EUDOKMA offers the following Knowledge